Wednesday, November 29
10:05 a.m. Deputy Sorensen responded to the Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office and spoke with a woman who reported a domestic disturbance happened earlier in the morning between her and her estranged husband. The woman reported that her estranged husband got angry with her for arriving late to pick up her daughter. She reported he pushed her back, grabbed her and shook her by the shoulders. She reported she did not have any injuries and didn’t want to press any charges. Deputy Sorensen did not observe any injuries. He attempted to make contact with the man but could not reach him.
11:30 a.m. Deputy Sorensen responded to the Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office and met with a woman who reported she wanted her boyfriend out of her house after a confrontation with him earlier that morning. She reported her boyfriend put his finger in her face and pushed her with it after the two screamed at each other. Deputy Sorensen told the woman how to get an order of protection, filled out a domestic violence screening and gave her a Laura’s card.
4:20 p.m. Deputy Dunham responded to a call about trash dumped on Hempstead 14. Deputies identified are attempting to locate a possible suspect.
5:00 p.m. Deputy Dunham responded to the lobby at the Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office and spoke to a woman who reported her granddaughter ran away. The girl was located and reunited with her family.
Thursday, November 30
4:10 a.m. Deputy Sorensen responded to 2620 Highway 73 West for a reported suspicious person. Deputy Sorensen took the report. The person was identified and the matter resolved.
9:35 a.m. Deputy Sorensen responded to 295 Hempstead 148 in reference to a reported breaking and entering. Incident is under investigation.